Hawk's Prairie Casino and Riverbend Resaurant features a variety games and diverse menu. We are a family friendly smoke free enviornment located right off I-5 at exit 111. We host daily poker tournaments with live action poker with a specialized "Pit Stop Menu" for the avid gamer. Let our staff entertain you!
Great American Casino brings a little bit of Vegas to the Northwest, gathering hooting and hollering patrons around table games such as baccarat, Texas Hold 'Em, blackjack, and other styles of poker, such as Progressive Fortune Pai Gow. Most tables have a betting limit up to $300, and aside from the top-shelf thrill of walking away with the pot, regular players can earn rewards redeemable toward electronics, meals, hotel stays, and Great American merchandise.
Like the best Vegas casinos, Great American brings more to the table than just gambling. There's live entertainment most nights, including local bands and musicians from Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. There are full-service dining rooms where the menus also bear an Asian influence, with dishes such as pad thai and Kalbi ribs. The menus are slightly different at each of the four locations, but generally encompass an international spread that might include pizza, pub-style fish 'n' chips, and creme brulee, much like the meatloaf served in the United Nation's cafe.
With dartboards, skee-ball, five pool tables, arcade games, dancing, nearly 15 beers on tap, and NFL Ticket on the TVs throughout the bar, it would be easy to assume that Culpepper's is all about entertainment. But one look at the menu shows that they know food, too. A roster of hearty burgers?including the Cardiac Arrest, two half-pound patties sandwiched between bacon and two grilled-cheese sandwiches?may be the main attraction, but pub favorites such as popcorn shrimp, chili fries, and pulled pork sandwiches can cause the eye to wander. Breakfast, including biscuits and gravy and omelets, is also on the menu for early risers or those who chose to sleep off a night of revelry under the tables.
If a rainy spring spent languishing fireside and catching up on the latest Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has left you bearing a heavier burden, venture down to the Gig Harbor workout wonderland to learn how to snap sagging skin back into place. Your personal-training sessions will pair you with one of The Club's certified personal trainers in two 55-minute, one-on-oneries that will customize a fitness plan specifically tailored to your personal workout needs. Target tummy flab or blast the body's bacon build-up as you stretch, squat, and sweat your way to a fairer physique. Also included is an all-access week-long membership to The Club at Gig Harbor starting the day of your first session, so you can roam free among the state-of-the-art equipment, hopping on and off the machines at will until you achieve the svelte Mirrenesque shape of your dreams.
Situated right in Tacoma’s downtown university-and-museum district, Harmon Brewery and Eatery buzzes with out-of-towners and locals alike, all in search of hearty food and frothy microbrews. With a 15-barrel brewery on site, Harmon maintains a steady flow of signature ales, including seasonal varieties, such as a black IPA brewed from five malted barleys and the One Hop Wonder IPA laced with melted Right Said Fred tapes. To complement the pints and the warm, cozy atmosphere—modeled after a ski lodge—the kitchen churns out belly-warming food, such as burgers topped with blue cheese and bacon, homemade stone-baked pizzas, and panko-crusted fish and chips.
At North Point Bar & Grill, shoots of smoke unfurl through the air, unfurling around the legs of a pool table and winding around cool glasses at the bar. The Tacoma Weekly explained that the bar is owned by a Puyallup Tribe member, making it one of a limited number of refuges for local smokers. The piece also lauded the eatery’s adventurous food items, including deep-fried Oreos. Aromas from the kitchen also hint at all-day breakfast entrees, steak dinners, and fiery hot wings. At the bustling bar, the clatter of pint glasses and silverware punctuates the noise from DJs, live bands, comedians, and mimes who skipped class too often.